It goes without saying that the past 12 months have been super hectic for Welsh up-and-comers, Holding Absence. With just three songs to their name, the band seem to be relentlessly on the road and touring every corner and crevice of the UK, and very recently also performed at Download Festival.
As an emerging band, finances can be incredibly tight, and despite what you might think, a constant touring scheduled most certainly isn’t cheap when it’s not your full-time profession.
We caught up with vocalist Lucas Woodland and guitarist Feisal El-Khazragi to talk about tips on how to keep your expenses to a minimum when on the road, especially when it comes to food and accommodation.
The band’s latest single, ‘Penance’, is out now through SharpTone Records.
The song, along with previously released singles ‘Dream Of Me’ and ‘Permanent’, are expected to feature on a forthcoming debut EP or album.
More details are expected to follow over the coming months.
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